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Old 3 Jul 2003, 08:25 AM   #1
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Unhappy playing back dualaudio movies with msswitch

I made a dual audio DivX movie and wanted to use Morgan Stream Switcher to play it in Windows Media Player. I installed it (mmswitch.ax), made the "myaviname.mss" file accordingly but don't have languages to choose from by right clicking on the movie. Windows Media Player plays only second audio track and I can't get to the first one. Movie is made well because BSPlayer can playback two audio tracks with this file.
Can somebody HELP me
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Old 4 Jul 2003, 06:14 AM   #2
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Hi,

Morgan Stream Switcher is quite buggy and unstable. Try to aviod it if possible.

Alternatively, try to obtain the latest version. Also, the issue you are describing makes me think that the filter is not active .... could you check if it is among filters used during the playback?

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sorry, I been away for a while

How I can see the active filters during playback?

When you tell me to avoid mmswitch, do you have in mind any other way that WMP and other similar players can handle dual audio movies?
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File>Properties>Advanced and have a look at the list

Well, I do not use WMP Mainly because it lacks this functionality
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Old 7 Jul 2003, 07:28 AM   #5
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"but don't have languages to choose from by right clicking on the movie"

1) What version of Windows Media Player are you using?

2) Is it that NOTHING happens when you rightclick inside the picture? If so, select "Properties" from the "File" dropdown menu. Click on the "Advanced" tab. Scroll to, and doubleclick on "Morgan Stream Switcher". Click on "Switch!" and then on "OK"


(By the way, I have found the Morgan Stream Switcher to be totally stable)
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Old 15 Jul 2003, 11:12 AM   #6
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Default Explain from the beginning please!!!

I have wmp 9 & mms 0,97 installed...

Now the movie plays both audio tracks while playing...
So here`s a couple of questions..

1: where do I place the myaviname.mss file ?

2: I have no "advanced" tap in the file>>properties menu, and can`t chose a lanquage in the play>>Audio & Language tab. And I can`t select anything acording to Audio with a right click on the screen..

Please give me a complete description since I can`t find a GUI or FAQ concerning this, and the mms homepage neighter gives a complete ansver.
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Install good ol' reliable Windows Media Player v.6.4 (Desktop>>Start>>Run then type (without quotes) "MPLAYER2.EXE"

Then follow my previous suggestions...
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Morgan Stream Switcher is quite buggy and unstable. Try to aviod it if possible.
Do not try! Avoid at ALL costs. It's UPS [Useless Piece of Sh!+ (or Software)] Alternatively you could use your original BSPlayer or you could try MV2 Player or Media Player Classic all of which are excellent players.
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Default It still Dosn`t work

Thanks Setarip now I found the menu, but "Morgan Stream Switcher" isn`t an avalible filter/option.
I tried uninstalling and reinstalling but it didn`t help eighter..
Could it be that some filters corrupts/interacts with eachother?

WildmanJoe I tried BSplayer it couldn`t even open the movie!!!
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I have just tried MV2 Player, and here it works..

But Setarip if you have any suggestions, according to media player please post them, it annoys me that it dosen`t work..
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It's UPS [Useless Piece of Sh!+ (or Software)]


on the contrary!

i have used morgan stream switcher for years and will continue to do so as it is HIGHLY reliable and useful.
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